Limit Hold'em: Analyzing Hands - An Overview
The rules of poker can be learned quickly and the theory of the various strategies is also no major challenge. The main problem with poker is applying the acquired knowledge in practice, a hurdle often not mastered by many people.
The following hand analyses should help players to apply and understand what they have learned in the articles of the education center. We will simulate a total of nine example hands and then analyse them step by step.
Analysing limit hands - an overview
In the first hand we raise with :Ad:Jd under the gun. We get raised and find out why we should play this hand passively.
We're holding :Ac:Kc and hit a pair on the turn. The decision on the river is the most interesting aspect here, since the board pairs.
In the third hand we have :Kc:Kd in the small blind. We find out why this hand should be played very aggressively against two opponents.
Here it becomes clear that :Ac:Kd is a very good hand, but we need to hit the flop when we are up against several opponents.
In this hand we have :Js:Jc on the button. Unfortunately, an ace...